Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Celica is a rare USGP edition, and a car that apparently has had its entire service history documented in detail. It’s in great shape too, but will its price prove to be one record not worth chronicling?
The Olds Cutlass was once America’s #1 selling car. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe edition hails from well past those glory days, but maybe this droptop’s price will prove just as glorious.
Dinosaurs like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Olds 88 once ruled the earth, or at least the North American continent. Today, they’re all extinct, but relics like this drop-top still turn up from time to time. Let’s see if you’d be digging this one’s price.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chrysler/Maser TC has a tenuous connection to hijacker D.B. Cooper. More importantly it has the rare Cosworth/Maserati twin-cam head. Maybe that, and not the famous airplane robbery will make it worth its asking.
Maybe if Mark Shields had taken the name of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ford Maverick to heart he’d still be running the show over at the Blue Oval. You could run this bit of the company’s history, if its price makes you feel like taking a chance.
Mercedes has long be a purveyor of pillar-less coupes and today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 230CE seems a fine example of the breed. It’s what’s under its hood, not its roof, though that might have you putting it on a pedestal.
Have you ever wanted a Corvette but found it lacking in luxury appointments and saddled with too plebeian a brand? Well then, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Caddy XLR-V might just be the car for you, that is if its price isn’t found to be wanting.
With its supercharged 3.8-litre motor, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Olds minivan could be the ultimate people mover. That is if you all are moved by its price.
The sides of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Grand Wagoneer have gone from mighty oak to faded driftwood. That’s just part of the patina that covers this classic 4X4, let’s see if its price makes lifting the veil worth the effort.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe VW Bus is a model once associated with hippies, but which is now just hip. This one has a GM Ecotec in its butt, let’s see if that, and its build will make you hip to its price.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW M Coupe says it’s one of only 678 offered with the S54 powerhouse. Let’s see if that, its seemingly immaculate condition, and its price has you saying send in the clowns.
Like the Shelby Cobra, there are more Lotus 7 replicas in the world than there are the real deal. Cars like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Triumph-based 7 give much the same visceral experience at a fraction of the cost. We’ll have to decide if that’s still too big a fraction.
Are you ready for summer? The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 380SL says it certainly is. Let’s see if its priced to let someone have some fun in the sun, or to take you to the dark side.
If you’re a prepper AND a car nut then today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe… er, chimera, is the… um, car/house/garage for you. The question is, will the upcoming apocalypse break the bank?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Subaru is just like Anne Boylen, an old girl who’s had her head chopped off. Lucky for us, this aftermarket beheading hasn’t meant the Subie’s demise. We’ll have to see if its price kills it for you, however.
It goes without saying, in light of the recent terrorist attacks there, that we stand with Great Britain. Similarly, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag XJS stands as one of that nation’s most laudable automotive achievements. But will its price stand up to scrutiny?
Porsche long ago switched their lineup from air-cooling to that by water. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 914 is playing catch up, but does that catching up come at too high a cost?
Do you remember the Hyundai Tiburon? I sure as hell don’t. Still, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe GT looks like a pretty sweet car. Let’s see if its price makes it all the more memorable.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvair may have once been unfairly dunned as being “unsafe at any speed” but seeing as its not presently running, it doesn’t seem all that dangerous. Let’s see if its price makea bringing it back up to speed a worthwhile task.
According to Wikipedia, the Maned Wolf is Brazil’s largest canid. I take issue with that as today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe VW Fox comes from Brazil and it’s much bigger. Let’s see if its price proves equally questionable.